A Hungry Crow -Doesn’t Eat Alone!

This is the story of a hungry Crow; everyone may have learnt thirsty crow story.

In Hinduism, Crow is believed to be a dead ancestor of human family.

It is believed that you suppose to feed crow to feed your immortal ancestors. This practice happens in India during Pitrapaksha.

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Here is my story of hungry crow. I had an idea of maintaining a healthy diet and increasing protein intake. The doctor suggested me to increase consumption of boiled egg daily without the yellow part. I thought of practising it. I started putting the yellow part of the boiled egg outside my window.

For a week, I noticed that one crow flew down to window to eat it. He ate it or grabbed it at the beak and moves to another place to eat peacefully. And, One crow among them will move back to trees and communicate with other crows.

I saw other crows also come to eat, but they are not fighting for the piece of egg. In fact, they are very sophisticated in sharing with other crows. Two crows at a time will eat and flew back, then others will join and eat.

I was amazed to see the behaviour of crow that he doesn't eat alone. Also, He doesn’t want to eat all. He flew back to communicate to other crows. As a human, you feel surprised that crows are caring souls.

Learning from crows:

He doesn’t want to own it.

He cares for other crows.

He is a great communicator at the right time.

He wants peace and discipline at the same time.

He doesn't want to hide it for his personal usage.

We have surely come wrong-way as a human community in terms of practising selfish behaviour and working against each other.

Love

Amita Chaurasia

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